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  • We'd like to share with you our Beneficial Insect Mix.  In our trials, we have observed many of our most favorite beneficial insects attracted to our special mix.  Insects we have observed but not limited too; honeybees, lacewings, and ladybugs.  These plants attract not just one of two beneficial insects from each specie, they bring their whole family and all of their friends!  Our special mix from our cover crop trials in our fields. Why plant this Beneficial Insect mix?  When done consistently, it will build and keep beneficial insects in your farm and garden.  These insects will reduce your pesticide needs, maybe even eliminate them.  They will also pollinate your cash crops. If nothing else, this mix offers an attractive assortment of plants and flowers that is our most functional flowering plant mix.  Help the fauna in your area while giving passerby's something extra to look at. Try some today!!!  If we are low in inventory just "ask" we can make more! Price breaks at 3+lbs.
  • Nematodes are common in all types of soil, they are plant parasitic microorganisms which detrimentally affect many of the crops you commonly grow.  Symptoms include stunting, wilting, yellowing, and death. This special mixure of cover crop seeds we concocted is a pre-planting-treatment at least 60 days prior to planting your main crop.  It will noticeably reduce the nematode population in your soil.  Using cover crops for nematode control has its advantages over synthetic chemicals by reducing nematode populations at a deeper depth through root exudates and its ability to reduce bad nematode populations without affecting the beneficial organisms that live in soil. This mix was initially created for rooted vegetables; potato, peanuts, carrots, taro, sweet potato, awa but will benefit plants susceptible to nematode problems. This mix includes the seeds from 4 major families; Brassicas, Broadleaf, Grasses, and Legumes. If we are low in inventory just "ask" we can make more! 30lbs drilled/ 50lbs broadcast Price breaks at 3+lbs
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    This high quality bale has high quality grass for foraging animals, mulch, or just to cover exposed areas of dirt to reduce dust.  Approximate bale size is 3' x 4' and and when unrolled forms a 4" layer of grass.  These bales can weigh up to 550lbs. The latter picture displays how we are incorporating our plant growing ability into livestock feed.  The wide leaved plants are cowpea and mung bean, two very good legumes that were drilled directly into the existing stand of grass.  This prevented a lot of weeds from growing, gave the grass the nitrogen it needed to thrive, and increased forage quality tremendously.  The cowpea is listed at 19-24% crude protein, and the mung bean at 16-23% crude protein.  In comparison, Guinea grass is rated at 5-6% crude protein and Green Panic grass at 5-10% protein.  When these legumes are left to go to seed, they increase the protein much more than the plant material itself.    We are experimenting with a mix of cover crops to get the healthiest grass while improving the forage palatability and nutrients for your animals. Cost does not include delivery and unrolling of bales.
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    Panax

    $1.95
    Panax is an attractice in field or residential primary windbreak.  It is a vertical thick hedge reaching heights of 25'+ that will protect your precious leafy plants.  Panax has a dual use in residential areas as it can block out noise, odor, or for privacy. Promoted by the USDA this plant must be propagated vegetatively. We sell this product in lengths of approximately 18"+ lengths.  They are also known as quick sticks because they simply can be pushed into weed free soil for fast establishment.  Plant 2' apart. We spray the top end with tree seal to prevent transpiration and insect damage prior to establishment.  Bottom end (unpainted side) goes into soil.  Recommended to use a mild rooting hormone for best establishment.
  • Cover Crop Mix
    Cover crop mixes are simply the best way cover crops should be implemented into your crop rotation.  Cover crop mixes allows unlimited benefits in soil health and the biology around them.  The interaction between living plants of different varieties when planted together actually improve the growth and healthiness far beyond what could be mono cropped.  You get a more balanced release of nutrients, more organic matter, while improving the biology of the soil and the success of subsequent plants. Longevity.  If you want a cover crop that lasts for a longer duration, yet it still considered an annual for easy termination, a cover crop mix is what you want.  These diverse mix of plants will last longer than any mono crop of one specie of cover. Drought tolerance and success of individual species are dramatically improved when used in a mix. Using a diverse mix lowers the cost per acre and minimizes the risk of a crop failure.  If you plant 10 different cover crops in a mix, many will do well.  If you mono crop each of those plants, you potentially risk wasting time and resources from from a crop failure. This mix we sell is an opportunity of what to expect from using a mix.  It will give you a chance to see the interaction of mixing cover crops without having to buy 10lbs of seed just to get one pound of mix.  We put multiple species in the mix.  This mix we offer will not always be the same but it will always have multiple species for the small buyer to try without having to buy each of those species and mix them on their own.  If you have a question on what's inside this mix we stock right now, email me. Larger buyers can custom mix whatever we have in stock.  If we are out of inventory just "ask" we can make more on the spot! Price breaks at 3+lbs
  • Akia is an endemic long lived perennial shrub ideal for landscaping.  Akia has attractive yellow flowers which bears orange/red berries, a great contrast to it's green leaves, a tribute to the holiday season. Plant height:  2' Germination:  Few weeks to months Elevation:  0-5000'
  • Uhaloa
    Uhaloa is an indigenous wooly leafed shrub highlighted with tiny 5 petal yellow flowers.  Uhaloa thrives in hot, dry, and windy places.  Uhaloa requires no irrigation and seed remain dormant until rainfall.  A medicinal plant used by native Hawaiian healers. Seeds are coned shaped and approximately 1/16" long.  There are approximately 250,000 seeds per pound. Plant height:  3' Germination:  Few days to several months Elevation:  0-4000'
  • Uhaloa
    Uhaloa is an indigenous wooly leafed shrub highlighted with tiny 5 petal yellow flowers.  Uhaloa thrives in hot, dry, and windy places.  Uhaloa requires no irrigation and seed remain dormant until rainfall.  A medicinal plant used by native Hawaiian healers. Seeds are coned shaped and approximately 1/16" long.  There are approximately 250,000 seeds per pound. Plant height:  3' Germination:  Few days to several months Elevation:  0-4000'
  • Uhaloa
    Uhaloa is an indigenous wooly leafed shrub highlighted with tiny 5 petal yellow flowers.  Uhaloa thrives in hot, dry, and windy places.  Uhaloa requires no irrigation and seed remain dormant until rainfall.  A medicinal plant used by native Hawaiian healers. Seeds are coned shaped and approximately 1/16" long.  There are approximately 250,000 seeds per pound. Plant height:  3' Germination:  Few days to several months Elevation:  0-4000'
  • Pohinahina Pohinahina
    Pohinahina is a an indigenous salt tolerant groundcover or shrub with oval leaves, small purple flower, and round black seeds.  Pohinahina is very drought tolerant and able to thrive in unfertile conditions with good drainage. Plant height:  1' groundcover, 3' shrub Germination:  Few weeks Elevation:  Shoreline- 150'
  • Milo is an indigenous salt tolerant native tree with heart shaped leaves and large yellow flowers.  Milo is used for shoreline erosion control, makes a great shade tree, animal fodder, windbreak, and the wood is highly desirable in woodcrafting. Seeds are large and when mature, are encased in a brown flattened-round shaped pod.  There are approximately 1840 seeds per pound. Plant height:  30' Germination:  Few weeks Elevation:  Shoreline-1000'
  • Milo is an indigenous salt tolerant native tree with heart shaped leaves and large yellow flowers.  Milo is used for shoreline erosion control, makes a great shade tree, animal fodder, windbreak, and the wood is highly desirable in woodcrafting. Seeds are large and when mature, are encased in a brown flattened-round shaped pod.  There are approximately 1840 seeds per pound. Plant height:  30' Germination:  Few weeks Elevation:  Shoreline-1000'